Sam Smith speaks! Singer opens up about his very dramatic weight loss


Many people have been both stunned and slightly worried about the incredible transformation of singer Sam Smith. 

Having shed a tonne of weight, the star, who has been on a strict diet and exercise regime since last year, has finally spoken about his weight loss while on the red carpet at the Grammys last night. 

And from the way he spoke, it seems we shouldn't have anything to worry about. 

""I've just not eaten like a pig anymore – that's what I'm doing, basically," he said to CBS

And it's as simple as that.

"It's very very difficult. I love food so much so it's a constant battle. It's always going to be a battle but I'm trying my best," said the 23-year-old to Entertainment Tonight

The star insinuated that he had realised his previous relationship to food was unhealthy and by making subtle changes to his diet, the weight began to just fall off. 

While many fans expressed worry about Sam's new look, other celebrities have congratulated the star on his new health kick.


Deja Vu being at The Grammys tonight. Thank you for a great time & congratulations to all x

A photo posted by Sam Smith (@samsmithworld) on

Calvin Harris took to Twitter yesterday to congratulate the singer on his fitness and he even reckons that Sam could make money out of it. 

"Sam smith weight loss is legendary he should write a book big up Sam smith," said the Scottish DJ, who has had quite the body transformation himself since he first hit the limelight. 

Many fans took objection to recent Instagram snaps of the singer who keeping a low profile since releasing the Skyfall theme tune Writing's On the Wall

"He needs to stop losing weight it's making his head look bigger and his body super thin," said a fan on Instagram. 

While we hope he doesn't get any skinnier, we applaud Sam for his sheer determination to get healthy. 

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